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i A THE DAILY Honolulu Press "Win bo for salo "Drillvnt.iho 'Ptuocs s !:?' Sftl J?.' &Co Medium street i-O- fllRuM.; Fortitrctl i-ii r iiunuuo ... Klntf fttreet Uualiu Itc CLMkCARI'IIV . ,,..llc 1'reet CRVSlAL SODA WORKS ...Hot ttrtcel J'lee Cent per Cqpj. LOCAL XI! IIS. Ghost stories seem to thrive even in Honolulu. A prayer meeting for ladies will be held tliis afternoon at three o'clock at Fort-street Church. Mr. Cousens, of thecircus troupe managed his "six in hand" admirably, yesterday afternoon. , Mr, Manual Cuhna and family will stop a month at Mr. G. Wests' seaside residence at Waikiki. There is a lot of pink coral on exhibition and also for sale on 'board the barkentinc Morning Slur. The bow oarsman of the Myrtle's Senior crew, is assuming the dignity of a man his bread is prospering. In the Civil Court Tax Collector J. i Kaae obtained judgment against A. K. Kunuiakea for $41.15 and costs. Governor Dominis will leave for 'Maui next Monday by the Kinau. He will be absent about a month. The alcebra and geometry class will meet at the Y. M. C. A. .building thU evening at half-past seven o'clock. The sidewalks on the corner of and King streets arc continually blocked by hand carts and their owners. Yesterday forenoon, a Chinaman, named, Ah Leong was arrested for attempting to a counterfeit American dollar. The ornament that was mounted on top of the band wagon yesterday must have been specially imported 'for the occasion. There will be no steeple chase at the Circus Saturday afternoon The balance of the programme will be given as published. The circus band paraded yesterday afternoon, as advertised. Mr. Cousens was complimented by all on his excellent driving. The free Chinese bulletin on the corner of Beretania and Fort streets is better patronized than any other news place in Honolulu. On the corner of Hotel and Fort streets yesterday morning between nine and ten o'clock, somebody seemed to be on the war-path. Carpenters were at work yesterday putting in a new platform at the water hydrant for the watering cart, at the corner of Nuuanu and King streets. Mr. T. Isay Oke, secretary to the Japanese Legation, has been appointed to the Foreign Office as assistant secretary, in place of theformer incumbent. Wcoden platforms have been laid around the'watering pipes throughout the town. ' The incessant pools of mud' and water will, it is hoped, exist no more. - The closeness of the atmosphere was most intolerable ycsteiday, a shower in the afternoon about half-past fivs gave considerable relief and was appreciated. To-night at half-past seven o'clock, , Captain Isaiah Bray of the Morning Star will lead the children's metting at the Bethel. Vestry. All young people ' are requested to, attend. , Mr. Chris. Miller, formerly with Mr. f . J. E. Wiseman, starts a general agency ' and messenger business this morning , He will occupy part bf Mr. Magoon's 1 law office orl Merchant street. ThCChlnamen on Hofel street near 1 Maunakca street, ' who havc allowed cesspoblsto form tinder their places, have been threatened with arrest if the " nuisance is not immediately abated. Yesterday morning en Nuuanu street ....,.- a caYeless Chinese hack driver. No'ip, allowed a rope attached to his horse's neck to become tangled around its lrgs. The result was almost a smash up. The pool of mud and water that for some time past- has existed on the corner of King and' .Maunakca streets has at last been rendered passable, by placing a wooden platform over the place. r T OUninnr .i rlprk in ihr pmnlhv " of Air. Henry Hart was bitten by nn enormous centepede last Monday. By prompt action, and immediate attention serious consequences were avo'tdcdi Last night the senior crew of the Myrtle Boat Club were practicing with the h new scull. Through an error of the bow oarsman they collided with the Knuckle Buoy damaging the boat to some extent. The. meeting of the Eclipse Rowing Club held a special meeting at the Y, M, C. A. last evening, Mr. W, J. Forbes tendered his resignation as President which was accepted, Mr. J. H. Reist was unanimously elected to fill the vacancy. Owing greatly to the recent decision of the Rowing Associa tion regarding what constituted a Junior, the club has decided to withdraw from that organization. fWffFrliWflp The authorities think that the fugitive Chinaman, Pap Sui, will attempt to escape to China by the Lady Hart-wood whioh sails for Hongkong -next Monday. A thorough search will br made. . The usual stillness of the night was disturbed at the foot of Punchbowl hill about half past nine Wednesday evening by'a quarrel between a nalie man nlifl tuiffi ,..,.. 1'lm . !. 1 I....... .... u.. a. ait. uimu nuuiu ll.ivi; in blows but for thf! Intrrfprnnpc of the woman's father. The Kapiolani rowing Club, generally known as the "Fenians" were out exercising yesterday morning. Owing to the boat having no deck and the scj being unusually rough considerable water w;s shipped, compelling them t.) return to the boat house. Mr. Frank Cooke sent his steam launch up to Hilo on the schooner Waimalu. Mr. Spencer goes up to mil it. It will be ustd to tow boats with freight from the vessel to the wharf and also to tow vessels down the coast, if necessary, during the calm weather. The Circus lot was the scene of a merry time yesterday afternoon. While a native was hauling some tent canvass from the grounds, the juvenile representatives of Honolulu were jeopardizing their necks and limbs, by attempt mg to do impossible athletic evolutions. At the Lucas-Bannister weddinr? Thursday evening Mr. James Dodd caused much merriment by donning Air. ti. litrcer s hat and coat and with baton in hand assumming the leadership of the band. The boys played in time, however, in spite of Jim's contortions. A Chinese hack driver had a little time with his hors.e on Nuuanu street, near Beretania street, yesterday The horse settled the mattes by refusing to g. I he horse was taken out of the vehicle and the Chinaman took its place and pulled the hack to the stable. The Rifles held a meeting last night. Private business was transacted. The Company is in thorough good fellowship and expects to soon re-establish is good name with the Government. It is that the King will expect the Honolulu Rifles to fill the position they at present occupy. ' The opening of the new Kapiolani Leper Home will be celebrated at that place on next Monday morning at eleven o'clock. Invitations, (numbering about two hundred, will be issued to-day. One hundred will be distrib uted among foreigners, the rest will be issued to natives. At a meeting of the Myrtle Boat Club held last evening, the club has concluded to withdraw from the Association on the grounds that they do not consider it just for their Junior crew to row against the Iolani .Club's Seniors as per rule passed by the Association at its last meeting. Yesterday morning between nine and ten o'clock, six Chinamen escaped from the prison,gang working at the Kamoiliili quarry. A gang of twelve men were sent to a distant part of the quarry. The tuna in charge left them for a short time and on returning found six of the prisoners missing. t half past four yesterday afternoon as' the family of Justice McCulIy was driving along King street near' Richard, the wheel 6f the carriage dished. For tunately the horse was quiet and no one was hurt. The sei vices of another vehicle' was brought into) requisition utid the party drove home, none the worse for the accident. The residents and' storekeepers on Maunakca street near (Beretania had the monotony of yesterday morning broken by an aged chinaman who was tcribly exercised over the loose of some charcoal, which he charged, was taken by the native women who kept a fruit store adjoining his place. At one time it looked as if Matters would turn out seriously, owing to a bropm which ne threatened to use as a support to his argument. The fine collection of genial Hart's curiosities has been augmented by some very rare pieces of handiwork of nature. The most worthy of mention ts a pearl shell with a handsome piece of coral, resembling a tree, attached to the back. It would be almost impossible to enumerate all of the rarities collection, suffice to state that theie are many that would serve as useful ornaments is well as "curios." 0 Lmo ffawuiiano, No 9, is, to hand, with a new feature, a "femill ator," as It is called in the European yapers, of a story in pure ole Portuguese language, written by a man on a plantation on Hawaii. This shows that natural genius is not lacking, even amongst the humblest laborers. An other leature, ol course, ot the greatest importance to the Portuguese readers, is t)ie full list of the unclaimed letters now to be found at the Post Office, The foreiun news Riven by our neigh bor are of a peculiar kind in this num ber, for they are extensively dedicated to the past event which has occupied the attention of all the press and all the people of Portugal. This is the triumphal return to Lisbon of two explorers, Ivens, and Capello, both officers of the Portuguese army, who have accomplished through Africa a most perilious voyage, said, by their enthusiast admirers, to be far ahead of the celebrated expedition by Stanley. A fine selection of local news, keeps up as usual the interest of the "Zuso's friends, and we are' glad to hear that their numberincreases daily, as it is only fair to .Mi". Marque's efforts that they ibould. lPM!rnjrv'r 5Bpww vjM"iiiJ'',li' TfV "5"ji ", ?w x DAILY HONOLULU. PESS, .FRIDAY, .NOVEMBER 6, 1885. The .Circus last night was a "great big" success. YoU bet, Robert Love was a daisy and the way he jumped the hurdles, was rr caution to riders in the ring who have had less experience than he. The performance of last night was in every way a success as was testified to by the crowd who gather ed around the tent by lulf past seven o'clock. There wilt be no performance to-morrow night. On Saturday afternoon and Saturday evening performances will be given. Popular prices. A meeting of the Board of the Honolulu Fire Department was held last night at the hall of the Mechanic Company No. 2; Second Assistant Engineer f. Ashe presiding. There was a full attendance and considerable im pprtant business was transacted. Engine Company No. 4 petitioned for an additional number of twenty men. After a lengthy argument the matter was laid on the table until the next meeting. An important matter relative to organizing an engine company at Waikiki was laid before the Board by Mr. C. K. Miller. The suggestion was favorably received and a motion to that affect was made and carried. They say : that the editorial in yesterday's Prlss was unfair; that the! house rents of Honolulu are coming uown in me near luture to meet people of moderate means,; that the King's soldiers deserve more credit than they get; that the imposition of impositions is the street business; that the "Loves of the Angels" will be translated into Hawaiian; that Jimmie Williams does every thing in a negative manner; that the Hotel street man who makes "puns" will be severely punished if he does n't stop it; thht George Kavanagh is growing thin; that the Government is a sort of good old-thing-after-all; that the coolest thing in town is Henry Davis &Co's big ice snfr; that the new-road over thc'pali will be build bv a stock company who will charge toll; tnat the custom of taking afternoon naps is becoming a Beretania street pastime; that the Circus band looked as handsome as a new wagon yesterday; that silver will soon be discounted by the Government; that newspaper reporters are constantly getting into hot water; that the restaurant business is looking up in Honolulu; that the best political prospects are sometimes 'dashed to the ground; and that the best investment in the Kingdom, at present, is to buy stock in the new colonization scheme. 4rtfiri to Corrttpondent. Smuggler. No. The 99 tins of opium "picked up" in the box by Marshall Dayton were not sold beforehand; they had only been contracted lor, but the contracting parties failed to "catch on;" the Marshall made the haul- No offence. One of 'em. Yes, dear boy, we consider you are entirely right; whenever the Government is foolish enough to believe you, then there will be a great April fool. X. M. Yes. vou know we have always advocated the restriction act; especially when it doesn't apply to ourselves or Government officials. O, no, we don't obiect. vou know, we onlv demurred. h'aturalktntlon. Editor Honolulu Press. Sir: A communication in yesterday's Gazelle calls upon all foreigners who have been five years resident in this country to become naturalized and assume the duties and responsibilities of Hawaiian citizenship. I think the communication in question was written in ignorance of the law bearing on the subject. If my memory serves me, the present naturalization law which was passed by the legislature of 1882, requires not only five years residence but also the ownership of real estate in the Kingdom, to render any one for naturalization. The law moreover, so far as the action of the Government is concerned, is not mandatory but 'simply permissive. It gives the Minister of the Interior the right at his discretion to issue certificates to such applicants as are eligable in accordance with the requirements above named and who n his judgment are desirable persons tor citizens. It will be seen therefore that the Administration have the game entirely in their own hand"-. I suppose there can hardly be much doubt as to who would and who would not he considered desirable under the present regime. Foreigner. To the Editor of the Daily Press S'r : Seeing an at tide in your issue of last 1 hursday, which was derogatory to my character, in justice to myself I write this letter of information and trust you will publish the same. My story is as follows : Yesterday I asked the young man mentioned in your article, who is known as L. J. Martenier to attend the fireman's meeting, but he declined, stating that he was tired and intended to retire early. I returned from the meeting at twenty minutes of nine and found the house closed. I entered through the dinning room door and went immediately to my wife's bed-room, ' I found this man lying out on the floor, refusing my wife's offer of a chair, close to my wife, who was sitting on a chair, I asked him what he was doing in such a position and instead of answering, he jumped up and made his escape. I immediately suspected that something was wrong and so called the police. My wife states that after my leaving the house Mr, Martenier entered, disguised with a long beard which he took off as soon as he en I tered the house. After setting in the chair for a few minutes he sat on the floor. At the same time he invited her to take a ridej she asked him why he did not take lus wife out to ride, at which he only ilaughed, and then calling her to" him he'caught her by the dress pulling her to a sitting posture on n chair; but from the way he acted it was evident that he tried to pull her to the flofr. At that moment I entered and the rest is as I Lave aheady stated. I can furnish witnesses that I did not beat my wife. Yours Respectful!, M. S, Perry. I am willing to testify to what Mr. M. S. Perry states regarding myself. Mary Perry. . Tlie Coffee Might. Editor Daily Honolulu Press Sir .- In your article, in the issue of October 28 on the threatened diminution of the, coffee .and orange crops of the Islands,1 through blight, I find in the solicitude expressed that an erroneous view might prevail, viz : tLat our agriculturists had done little or nothing to check the evil as it began to show itself. Reference to the "Transactions of the R. H. A. Society." Vol. 1. 1853 shows a report on the anncarance of the smut blight attacking coffee, and other trees having dark leaves, and suggests that it may be caused by great moisture and an imperfect circulation ot air. 1'runing is stated to act as a preventative if practised in the proper season. In the "Notes on the history of coffee culture in the Hawaiian Islands" in the Hawaiian Annual for 1876 it is shown that various remedies for the blight have been tried in different parts of the islands with little or no effect, among which are mentioned weak brine solution, kerosene oil, admitting flocks of sheep in afflicted groves, planting alternate rows of eucalyptus with the coffee trees, and planting at a higher elevation. 1 his would show that coffee and fruit growers have not been indifferent to the inroads of the blight upon their products. fThe writer has no knowledge of any trials of late, but it is worth the trial to practice the remedy reported in the Saturday Press the early part of this year, that was giving satisfaction in California, for the scale bug pest, viz : a weak solution of whale-oil soap sprayed over the branches and trunks of-the trees by means of a force pump. In this tropic land where the trees are in full leaf all the year round, the cultivator has not the advantage of getting so readily at branches and trunks as where the trees shed their leaves. In our trouble the smut is added year by year to leaves that wont shed, except to afflict new ones the quicker. I join in the hope that some steps may be taken to overcome this evil. and if the above succestioni is acted upon by any one, I trust they will report the effect produced. T. BOX 110X PARTI' There will be a bon-bon party this evening together with a Skating race and dancing at the Central Park Skat ing Rink. A special feature of the evening will be the Roller Coaster and those buying tickets to the Kink and not wishing to skate are allowed to ride on the coaster without extra charge. Dancing will commence at 8:30 0 clock and will continue until-10 o'clock if so desired. Ladies will be admitted free, and everything in the power ot the manager will be done to make the evening one of pleasure. 2t ' N. H. Badcock. A COUItlSCTlOX. In Justice to the ncent. , Mr. lohn t 0 j Mnntvnmprv. n( fhr Merlirnl Wnrlc which is offered at a reduced, price at T. G. Thrum's Fort street store, the undersigned would state that this lot was purchased at a sacrifice, on account ot being somewhat injured, and had to be rebound. The ' reduction casts no reflections on established agents subsription prices. Thos. G. Thrum. siiipi'ixa. Merchant Veuelj Now In Port. Drlt bk J U titer ', , Jonea Ul.tnc Amelia ..Newhall Bktne W. 11. Dimond Umidlett Bktne M rino Siar Dray Ilk Lady H Arewood. ..,...;...;.. Williams Ilk Ceylon .1. . . Cahoun Bktne Discovery !r...... Meyer AllItll'ALS. Thursday, October 31 Stmr Mokolii from Molokal Stmr Likclike from Maul 1 Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii Schr KauiUouli Ironi Kohala t j Hch Leali I from Uanalci Schr Mary Foster fiom Walmea .Stmr Kilaue Hon from Hawaii, Maui. f SUNDAY.INovember I ' Sch Luka from Hamakua Stmt Walmanalo from Vaitnanalo Stmr Planter from Kauai " " Schr Ehukai from Wolahla Monday Nov. 2 Schr Vi'aimalu from 1'uiu, Hawaii. Schr Mile Morris from Koolau ' Wednesday,, Nov. 4 ' J ' Stmr James Makec from Kapaa,j Kauai, St mi C R Bishop from Ilamnkua ' Ilktnu Discovery from San Francisco Thursday, Nov. 5 Schr Domttila from Koolau J) K I'A itx onus. 1 Monday Nov. 2 1 Stmr Mokolli 5 I'. M. for Molokal Stmr Likclike, 5 r m, for.Mauj Sch Bertie Minor for Ilumbolt Sell Kauikeaouli for Kohala Schr Lealjl, (or Hanalel Kauai Schr Manuokawai'foi all ports In KooUu Stmr J I Dowsett for Molokal Tuesday, Nov. 3 Schr Lthbliho for Waimca, Kauai. Stmr Kinau 4 r. M. for Maalacn & Hawaii. Stmr Planter at 5 1-. M. for Nauiliwili, Koloa, nicele, Kckalia nml Waimca. Stmr W G Hall, 3 r M, lor Maalaea, Komi,' Kau and the volcano Stlir Catcriria for Waimanalo Sell Ehukai for Waialun ' Sch Wnichu for Kauai. Schr Uob Roy for Koolau s'eh Knwsi'anl for Koolau Schr Sarah & Elfia for Koolau Schr Rainbow for Koolau Schr Mile Morris for Koolau Wednesday, Nov. 4 Stmr Iwalanl 4 r M for Hamoa, Paauhau, Ho- nokaft, & Kukuiliaela Schr Luka for Kohalele Stmr Kilauca Hou for Ilamnkua rrHSKLS LV.A VINO TII.1 DA T. Schr Kulamanu for Hnnohimi Schr Walmalu for Liupnhoqhoc & Mallko. Stmr. C R IlUhop 8 A. M. for Waiannc, Kllauea, & Hanalel. PAS.inxanits. ArrlvnU. From Maul per stmr Likclike, Saturday Oct 31 W D Alexander, E D IJaldwIn. Miss M lienbank, Mrs G C Williams, C F Baldwin, W D Goodalc, A Enos S: wf, W Satnmon &. wf, and 78 deck. From Maul, Hawaii and Volcano per stmr Kinau, Saturday Oct. 31 J C Wason& wf, G P.Robettson, N E Saincjburg,Dr Partch, Mrs MaeChancry, H MacChancry, N H Uabcock, W Bcckwfth, T J Gay, G Rass, A Barnes, K Wallace. A Smith. T C Kosrvth. Mrs C S Kv mcrsly, Miss S Bannister, J Vicrra & wf, Ah IJak, (.apt J Harrison & son, Mrs U Taylor & son, and 14b deck. From Walmanalo ocr stmr Walmanalo Sun day Nov. I II R II Kapiolani and suite, Mr I a (.ummincs. From Kauai per stmr Planter Sunday Nov 1 J W Alapal, Mrs J'Gucirero, Levi Guerrero, E L Kauai, Miss May Green, S Aukai, W Hrcdc, C Tuch, Mrs I Robinson, T T P F Pfluger, G B Palohau, W B Kaona, Mr Couchec, Ah Wah, Ah Kim Ah Sing, and 33 deck. For Maul per stmr Likclike, Monday Nov. 2 Hnward Bryant, "Mrs Schracdcr & son, Mrs S B Sutliff, and 75 deck. Departure. For San Francisco per stmr Alameda, Saturday Oct. 31st. -Mr & Mrs Wosen, Mrs Sans-Icy, J M Oat wf & ch, S May, R Wallace, C 5 Kymcrsley, A F Judd & son, M Grossman, D B Cunningham & wire, S G Wilder, Mrs J Hyman, E A BealinRbur(, W Centre, W G Ii-win, Frank Brown, II A Wldcman, Farini & troupe, Rev. J Taylor & wife. Mrs Robertson, A A Sturgcs, S Magnin, Mrs J Congdon, G B Robertson, D Muehonua, Mr Garnlsberg. For Maalaea, Kona, Kau, and Volcano, per stmr W G Hall, Nov. 3 H B Atkins, A Enos 6 wr, G NaRayama, T Toril, A Spencer and 50 deck. For Kauai per stmr Planter Tuesday Nov. 3 Gov; Kanoa, E R Kawaii, Miss Mary Green, A McBrvde, H Forke, C Tuck. For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kiuau Tuesday Nov. 3 Sam Parker & wf, A Horner, T Gay, DNotlcy wf&ch, Mrs S G Wilder, A FHopke, CWAshford, W W Goodale, W Green, A Smith, II C Austin, Judge Preston, W A Whiting, L Wilcox, W Fchlber, S Tucker & wf, Mrs C J Wight, Judge and 1 00 deck. For Hamakua per stmr Kilauca Hou, Wednesday Nov. 4 V Bredc, and 10 deck. For Hawaii per stmr Iwalani Wednesday Nov. 4 J Marsdcn, T S Kay, W II Rlckard, Miss E Rickard, Mr. Lnuz, and 40 deck. From Walanae and Kapaa per stmr C R Bishop. Wednesday Nov. 4 II A Widcmann, J II I'aty, Mrs H Macfarlane, Mrs F Hasting, w t unoaus, ana 33 ucck. XMl'OUTH. From San Francisco per bktne Discovery. S91 bales hay, 446 skspats, 710 sks bran, 75 sks wheat, 210 sks middlings, 525 sks sail, 13$ sks potatoes, 25 sks onions, 25 bbls sugar, 25 bxs sugar, 1900 sks flour, 250 cs oil, 50 cs break, 5 cs toys, 8000 R R tics, 2 bbls wine, 250 doors, 16 blinds, 15 windows, 4 bxs vanish, is kecs nails, 00 kecs white lead, .12 bbl sash weights, 270 sks barley, 170 bbls sarmon, 75 bbls lime, 20,000 ft lumber, 2C9 pes sewer pike, 256.2 split R W posts and 21,818 hard bricks. ' XOTKS. The English bk Jupiter is still taking in rocks for ballast. Two schooners was all the shipping that left Honolulu yesterday. The bktne Discovery is discharging red posts. She brought a deck load of them. cto J.fli)crliscmciUs. Notice to Planters. The undersigned wishes to make known to Planters that he has n variety or machinery which he would like to dispose or, either as a whole or inpart, to those who may wish to purchase. The machinery is still new and in good order. The following articles are for sale: 1 Horizontal Stoam Engine- 12x24 laches, (Eastern nianutaoluro.) 1 Boiler 14 foot long, 5 foot Uiomotor. 1 Bollor 10 foot lone 0 foot (Uamotor. 1 Sinolto Stack- 1 Mill 42 lnouos loug 2G,lnoIiei din-motor. 5 3 Olarlilori with Iron 1 Vacuum Pan, oomploto, 7 feot 1 Now Blnlco Pump. Spvoral Coolon, Etc, Etc. 56 iw C. AFONG. (Scncfitl ucvtiscincnts. T?A.Ttlt SKATING RINK, Covtirr fteretanla and I'tmrJitinirf Sta,, mkIH skate aMCVW BfcWBy PAT.APR.EB.1BBI Hlf &rff AUAR.I0.I88B Hfl Tills cool ahtl stlractlvr Kink lui teen overhauled and icfinithcil and U now In perfect condition. 'Ihe proprietor finding, after experience, tint Wood Is unserviceable foi ROI,LI?R SKA'l'INO hat, at great expeinej'jAid a 1'utont Composition Floor, ' Tim wjll convince anjoneihat trleitt of In advn. l-QU i:4 Hli J.V HKATIXtl. Cleanllncis, etc., it has no tiual, ' Ol'KN EVJBIIY E V1WINQ. (Scncrjtl Jlbucriiscmcnio. ThB'Practical Home Physician: A popular gnidtf for the HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT OF DISEAal 1100 2"ifie;tlltitrtitritictlh Cotoretl Plate. This work Is canvassed for throughout the Islands, by Agents at $8.50. TI10S. G. TTIKUM, (laving scciitcd a bargain lot oilers the same book (ot $4.50 at Ills Hook Store. 106 FORT STREET. FatentEoller Flour BEST FAMILY, BAKER'S EXTRA, PRIDE OF THE WEST. For sale by j H. HACKFELD & CO. si-57 E CONOMIC STATIONERY., LEGAL CAP PERFECTION TADS, HODDER'S LETTER PADS, Letter, dp and Note Blocks of Tint quality paper. Legal Cap, Letter and Note Ulockj of ruled Manilla paper, claln Memo, and Note blocks, M. & II. form blocki for Dilli, Statement, etc,, Or Paper PUT UP In ANY FORM Desired At zuns. a. TtmvjVH Fout St"iiet Stori. ASTOR HOUSE CURE -FOR- , e A Sure Remedy. Properly Cooked Food. 'An Ounce of Prevention Better than a Pound of Cure. One great evil of this city is a certain fiendishness displayed by restaurant keepers in the manner in which they slap victuals' together and throw the same at their customers. Worse by far than a certain Nevada Eating House where a tramp was in the act of walking out without paying. The irate cashier violently seized a pie crust, took deadly aim, and brought down the unfortunate free luncher, badly cut about the head. The Grand Jury afterwards held the cashier to answer for assault, with a deadly weapon. Take for instance a Honolulu Hash Factory doughnut when cooled off. A leaden bullet is no where in comparison; then again some of the HOT CAKES would prove unworkable for mending old shoes and will stretch further than any rubber band ever made. From all such, etc., deliver us. The above named instances of cooking depravity are much to be deplored. A recent change in the Proprietorship of, the ASTOR HOUSE (at all times famous for good grub) enables the management to greatly facilitate the suppression of such villianous systems of careless cooking which tend in such a marked degree to destroy llie Human Digestive organs. Upon all occasions it will be found a real luxury to step into our Dining Parlors (no flies) and there partake of a savory meal cooked by our Champion Chef.' Every morning Boarders and Transient customers may order German Papcake, Tender Loin, Porterhouse, or Sirloin Steak, with or without onions, Prime Ham and fresh eggs Royal Breakfast Bacon, Fish every day, Rib Mutton Chop (none but the best of material used.) The midday bill ot fare as published on the Bulletin Board is something that everybody should read and inwardly digest For supper we supply in addition to the substantial goods. Sponge cake, Ice crearri, Jellies, Fruit, and various other dainties. Some of our would-be competitors are surprised to know how we can sell ai meal tickets for $4.50- And in our elegantly appointed private dining room only charge 35 cent for meal. The secret may easily be given away; the ASTOR HOUSE is centrally located and doing a large Transient cash trade. Meals at all hours produces a constant flow of ready m6ney, thereby enabling us to go out to the market and buy at reduced rates for cash. Our patrons receive the full benefit of this superior system of dealing. All who have not yet experience'' the luxury of eatitlg'at the Astor House can now come right in and be made welcome at the oldest established Dining Rooms in the Hawaiian Kinedom. 35-1 mo. I have received by steamers " Mariposa " and " Alameda," the most complete stock of ' .' Elegant Stylish Custom Made Clothing Ever' offered in this town. My designs are pronounced the Neatest ever seen here, having been carefully selected from a large lot of Sample Goods, and Mais u; l)j Ills M !S! A hMmk jteo in k Mci States. I have in the same stock For 'all Ages; Prices Correspond "witlfithe Times , . "WAY DOWN LOW." ' 1 1 ri 35ST -No 'jnore Faqcy Prices Ruction afcc. PEGIAL NOTICE! Just received consignment of Wax-Dolls;. ''(Dressed and undressed), r ' Baby ,Garxiages, Acodrdeons. I? A splendid lot or Oil Paintings, Anct Oleogmphs, J2X. "JUl'lTKR," Also a few cases of Extra Manila Cigars, r IJ - Show- Gases, And a small line of Ladies', MIssas', Men's and Youths' Boots, Gaiters & Shoes. Alt or which will be sold io the trade at reasonable prices. LTOX3. ft COlIliSH, Auctioneer t Cnmmtfton ftrrehnnt WRITING PAPER, WRITING PAPER Now In stock, with additional Eastern Invoice route. A fine variety of the CONNECTICUT VALLEY MILLS First Quality Cap, Leeat, Letter, Note and Bill Paper, Assorted weights. Alto Marcus Ward's, I1M1 Linen i lat Folio and Note paper, plain, or can be ruled up to suit any older. At TU OS. (1, 111 HUM'S for "Worthless. Goods. Just drOpu in ancPseethese nice goods. ' ,,-" Mi, XeHVESULTN"Y. 1 M 'VI 1 ;u m t 1 i wi".. . y&yijSfea.A. -. - .WUaaiUik t.Mu&'u '&. jj 'V. ' . , ,'.'('.fl - ... a)a?' tl&S'' JU " ' JU Ntt ' n.t U !